malapert

[ mal-uh-purt ]SEE DEFINITION OF malapert

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MALAPERT

Malapert and Lehideux are still well represented in the Paris Directory.

"I'll e'en fetch him to you myself, malapert," said Warrenton.

Another word of that kind, and I'll show you how malapert lads are treated.

I will say what I will in mine own house, thou evil, malapert boy!

One morning, his barber, a malapert of the old comedies, ventured to ask him what he was thinking of.

Art thou not ashamed to take sides with this malapert boy, feeding his passion and folly with thy crazy prophecies?

In a fury, she said that he was too malapert to give her such answer, and affirmed that both he and they should repent it.

Malapert, my father's butler, being a witty jackanapes, told me why it was.

Go to, sir, know yourself, or the master of the household shall make you know you are liable to the scourge as a malapert boy.

"I want you to whip this malapert with your sword-scabbard," roared the old patrician, pale with anger.

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